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Community Recovery & Drop-in Centre

The Community Drop In & Recovery Centre was opened in 2019 by the mental health charity Anxious Minds to support local people with mental health issues. The centre is a safe space where people can go for support, regardless of their financial or social status. The centre began as a small drop-in space where people could come to talk, socialise, and receive support from others who are going through similar experiences.

Over time, the centre grew in popularity, and more people began to seek out its services. Today, the Anxious Minds Drop In & Recovery Centre is a well-established organisation that provides a wide range of services to people in need.

Mission of the Anxious Minds Drop In & Recovery Centre

The mission of the Drop In & Recovery & Centre is to provide a safe, non-judgmental space where people with mental health issues can come for support. The centre is run by people with lived experience of mental health issues, which means that they have a unique understanding of the challenges that people face when dealing with mental health issues.

The centre’s staff and volunteers are committed to creating a supportive environment where people can come to talk, socialise, and receive practical support. The centre provides a range of services, including one-to-one support, group support, art therapy, and more.

Services Provided by the Anxious Minds Drop In Recovery Centre

The Drop In & Recovery Centre provides a range of services that are designed to meet the needs of people with mental health issues. Some of the services provided by the centre include:

  1. One-to-One Support: The centre provides one-to-one support for people who need someone to talk to. This service is available to people of all ages and backgrounds, and it’s completely free.

  2. Group Support: The centre offers a range of group support sessions, including support groups for anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. These groups provide a safe, non-judgmental space where people can come to share their experiences and receive support from others who are going through similar experiences.

  3. Art Therapy: The centre offers art therapy sessions for people who are interested in using art as a way to express themselves and improve their mental health.

  4. Yoga and Mindfulness: The centre offers yoga and mindfulness classes, which are designed to help people manage their stress and improve their overall well-being.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Drop In & Recovery Centre

Q: Who can access the services provided by the Anxious Minds Drop In & Recovery Centre? A: The services provided by the centre are available to people of all ages and backgrounds. There are no restrictions on who can access the centre’s services.

Q: Are the services provided by the centre free? A: Yes, all of the services provided by the centre are free although donations are welcome.